There is no firm agreement on the when the change began, but there is little question that a major shift is taking place in the way people spend their money.
Placing a higher priority on experiences and less on material possessions is becoming more and more noticeable statistically, a trend toward what is being referred to as “The Experience Economy”.
Modern consumers, and millennials in particular, are increasingly looking to be engaged and inspired rather than simply buying “stuff”. They're finding greater satisfaction through memorable experiences than owning things.
And nowhere is this more true than in the modern workplace...
Have you ever felt like you don’t deserve your job or accomplishments? Or that you weren’t capable of the job you were hired (or recruited) for?
You’re not alone!
Impostor Syndrome first gained recognition in the late 1970s. It refers to an individual’s self-doubt of their achievements, sometimes to the point of fearing they’ll be exposed as a fraud. In fact, recent research estimates that 70% of people will deal with Impostor Syndrome across all backgrounds, industries and roles.
So what can you do to deal with it?